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Image of the Day: Flashy Fluorescent Fish

Neurons in a larval zebrafish are distinguished using the Brainbow method, in which different ratios of a handful of colored fluorescent proteins are expressed randomly to give each neuron a unique hue.

By | July 23, 2013

Albert Pan and Alex Schier/Harvard University

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